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A Look at How the ‘Superagers’ Live


Men and women living into their nineties are the fastest growing segment in the US population. What determines who will make it into their 90s, and in what condition? The “90+” research study is hoping to find out. Learn more.

Researchers in California are studying a group of residents in Laguna Hills Village, a senior living and retirement community southwest of Los Angeles, who are living into their nineties and beyond.

The CBS television network’s 60 Minutes program interviewed members of the community who are participating in the longitudinal “90+” landmark study that is examining the factors that determine who lives to become the “oldest old” and in what condition.



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